Hi guys, Ive recently started working with laser engraving and such. And in the process, i've been learning about Coreldraw. However, I've hit a bit of a snag... I've been trying to create a bigger project, where I have used printmerge to get 20 pages with the same logo, but different text. That part is done and learned, however, my issue comes now that i have 20 different pages, which I would love to get packed into 1 file to export as dxf and then imported into RDworks. As it is right now, im forced to converting all 20 pages to dxf and then import and arrange them manually in RDworks. Is there any way to solve this? It would cut my procestime down drastically. Thanx in advance.
With that file open start a new doc. Flip between the two files and copy /paste each page onto the new one. Moving each page beside the other. Don't worry about the page border as it is merely a guide anyway. Save that file so as to have 2 files (the original left as 20 pages and the new one)
I dont know, why i didnt think about that :) However it would be nice to somehow, be able to gather alle 20 pages into one without having to copy paste them all. :) But its defently a start
Could be done with a macro
If you Import the multi-page CorelDRAW document, and uncheck the option to "Maintain layers and pages", then content will all be pasted to the active layer of the active page.
It will be pasted as a group.
You might want to consider "imposition layout", which is a way to put multiple (smaller) pages onto one (larger) page.
For one example, see what I posted in this thread: custom quantity of tiling with crop marks.
You might look at some of the videos on YouTube from EngravingConcepts1. There are some specifically about imposition layout.